pixel

Online Lunchtime Gallery Series: Reading, Rites, and ‘Rithmetic

02/10/2021 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM ET

Category

Ticketed Events

Location

online

Summary

WWAC and Princeton University Art Museum come together for an exciting and engaging online series showcasing some of the Museum’s outstanding collections.

Session 4 - Feb 10, 2021 at 1pm: Reading, Rites, and ‘Rithmetic
Sumerian, Egyptian, Chinese, and Mayan reasons for developing a written word.
Led by PUAM Docent Laura Berlik. Laura spent 22 years living outside the United States. She had a brief career as art therapist and special ed art teacher, but spent most of her time raising 4 kids in an international setting. She became a docent in 1999.

Free for WWAC Members, $10 for non-Members
Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees the week of the event.

Description

WWAC and Princeton University Art Museum come together for an exciting and engaging online series showcasing some of the Museum’s outstanding collections.

Each online session is led by a docent of the museum. Topics range from Contemporary African American Artist, the genesis of the Abstract Expressionist Movement and more.

Docents use their knowledge and passion to make their chosen topics fun and engaging to everyone.  The docent program at Princeton University Art Museum involves an intensive training program, consisting of lectures, gallery sessions, research, and presentations to fellow trainees and other docents. Docents then continue their education throughout their years of service by attending docent meetings, participating in study groups, attending gallery talks, and taking trips with fellow docents to other regional museums.  WWAC is thrilled to be able to offer these special sessions available to members and non-members. 
 
Session 4 - Feb 10, 2021 at 1pm: Reading, Rites, and ‘Rithmetic
Sumerian, Egyptian, Chinese, and Mayan reasons for developing a written word.
Led by PUAM Docent Laura Berlik.  Laura spent 22 years living outside the United States.  She had a brief career as art therapist and special ed art teacher, but spent most of her time raising 4 kids in an international setting.  She became a docent in 1999.

Free for WWAC Members, $10 for non-Members

Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees the week of the event.

                                   

Featured images:
1) Chocolate cup depicting a mythic scene, A.D. 600-700, Late Classic, Maya
2) Pouring vessel with dragon-head lid (guang), late 11th century B.C., Western Zhou dynasty, 11th century-771 B.C., Chinese

 

Neon CRM by Neon One